MBA in New York


hEY guyz!.. i got an unconditional offer letter from durham
(MA management) and aston university ( Msc International Business). I am finding it dicey to decide, which university has better job prospect. For me most important aspect is bright job prospectus and return on investment??? help me out..
hEY guyz!.. i got an unconditional offer letter from durham
(MA management) and aston university ( Msc International Business). I am finding it dicey to decide, which university has better job prospect. For me most important aspect is bright job prospectus and return on investment??? help me out..
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Malia
Sorry, completely off topic. This thread is about MBA programs in New York. Better try somewhere else!
Sorry, completely off topic. This thread is about MBA programs in New York. Better try somewhere else!
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ivapm
Hello. My name is Ivana, and I am from Dominican Republic. My GPA is 3.3 and I wish to know a good school to get my MBA, but that is not so expensive, i am a non-resident and i would have to be admitted as an international student, therefor costs are very high.
thanks
Hello. My name is Ivana, and I am from Dominican Republic. My GPA is 3.3 and I wish to know a good school to get my MBA, but that is not so expensive, i am a non-resident and i would have to be admitted as an international student, therefor costs are very high.
thanks
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JKL800
Any advice about Long Island University? Is this considered a good school? I can't find any ranking information about it.
Any advice about Long Island University? Is this considered a good school? I can't find any ranking information about it.
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Razors Edg...
It's AACSB-accredited, that's good. It doesn't have much of a footprint outside of the area though and most like doesn't have robust career services. For local professionals whose goals don't include big career shifts, it's probably a good choice.
It's AACSB-accredited, that's good. It doesn't have much of a footprint outside of the area though and most like doesn't have robust career services. For local professionals whose goals don't include big career shifts, it's probably a good choice.
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I have offers from LIU and NYIT, which has the better MBA program?
I have offers from LIU and NYIT, which has the better MBA program?
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Duncan
try: Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065
try: Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065
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mba hipste...
I have offers from LIU and NYIT, which has the better MBA program?

Both are accredited by AACSB, so that's good. But neither is as well regarded as the better MBAs in NYC - Cuny/Fordham/Columbia/NYU/Pace...

NYIT was ranked well in terms of ROI:
http://find-mba.com/news/2015/11/new-mba-ranking-rates-us-programs-for-return-on-investment

... plus, it has a much better location.

However, LIU might be better for you, depending on your career goals. I would do a bit of research on Linkedin to see where grads from each of these programs end up.
[quote]I have offers from LIU and NYIT, which has the better MBA program?[/quote]
Both are accredited by AACSB, so that's good. But neither is as well regarded as the better MBAs in NYC - Cuny/Fordham/Columbia/NYU/Pace...

NYIT was ranked well in terms of ROI:
http://find-mba.com/news/2015/11/new-mba-ranking-rates-us-programs-for-return-on-investment

... plus, it has a much better location.

However, LIU might be better for you, depending on your career goals. I would do a bit of research on Linkedin to see where grads from each of these programs end up.

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My career goals are to work in i-banking in a firm like Goldman, Morgan Stanley or JP Morgan.
My career goals are to work in i-banking in a firm like Goldman, Morgan Stanley or JP Morgan.
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Duncan
The IB firms focus their recruitment on better schools.
The IB firms focus their recruitment on better schools.
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mba hipste...
Yes, if you're focused on New York, the IB firms will recruit mainly from NYU and Columbia. If your location options are broader, Booth and Wharton + Harvard would be good targets too. But I highly doubt there are many LIU or NYIT grads working in investment banking firms.
Yes, if you're focused on New York, the IB firms will recruit mainly from NYU and Columbia. If your location options are broader, Booth and Wharton + Harvard would be good targets too. But I highly doubt there are many LIU or NYIT grads working in investment banking firms.
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Thanks guys. That's somewhat disappointing, but I suppose it makes sense.
Thanks guys. That's somewhat disappointing, but I suppose it makes sense.
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